Treasurer FAQs

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When are taxes due?
2021 real estate first half taxes will be due February 16, 2022. 2021 real estate second half taxes will be due July 13, 2022. 
2022 manufactured home first half taxes will be due March 23, 2022. 2022 manufactured home second half taxes will be due August 17, 2022. 
If you have any questions, please call the Treasurer's office at 419-627-7701.
Is a post mark acceptable?
Yes, a post mark is acceptable.
I did not receive a bill. What should I do?
Please call the Treasurer's Office at (419) 627-7701. Erie County residents can call (888) 399-6065.
What are your office hours?
Our office hours are 8:00 am to 4:00 pm Monday through Friday. There will be extended office hours during tax collection. From June 21, 2022 to July 13, 2022, our office hours are 7:30 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Friday. 
Where is your office located?
Our office is located at 247 Columbus Avenue, Suite 115, Sandusky, Ohio.
Do you have an 800 number?
(888) 399-6065
Please note that this number works within Erie county only.
What did I pay in real estate taxes last year?
The Erie County Auditor's website has payments listed now. You may also call the Treasurer's office at (419) 627-7701.
Do you take credit cards or electronic payments?
Not in the office, but yes, we have a link to ACI Payments, Inc. where you may use your credit card or make an electronic payment.
What do I owe?
Please call our office: (419) 627-7701 or toll free in Erie County above.
Do you sell real property for taxes owed?
Yes, Properties are sold at Sheriffs sale only. The dollar amount is determined by the taxes owed in addition to court cost accrued on the property. 
How do I change my mailing address?
This must be done in writing. Please complete our change of address form (PDF, 103KB).
Can I have property taxes deducted right from my bank account?
Yes. Please read carefully and fill out the form (PDF, 19KB) and mail to the Treasurer's Office. We need to have an original signature on file.
Why does the bill say these are taxes from last year?
We are always a year behind in billing for real estate. Taxes are on the property, and so follow the property, not the owner.
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